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Bradley Busch

Bradley Busch is a chartered psychologist and director of InnerDrive. He graduated from Loughborough University with distinction and went on to work with Premiership and international footballers from England, Scotland, Wales and Japan. Outside of football, he has worked with elite athletes, helping GB athletes win medals at the London 2012 and Rio 2016 Games. As well as writing regularly for The Guardian, he is a leading expert on how psychological research can best help students, teachers, athletes and businesses think and perform better.

Click here to view a feature of ‘Release Your Inner Drive’ in The Daily Mail.

Click here to listen to Bradley Busch on the BBC Radio 2 Chris Evans show.


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Release Your Inner Drive

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How to model a thought process for your students

December 12 2019

Modelling is one of the many strategies that can enhance the learning process and help students raise their game. Modelling can be found in all aspects of life, from learning how to tie shoelaces to following a cooking tutorial on YouTube.

However, it can be especially useful in the classroom. Modelling is a technique that allows educators to teach more efficiently and ensure that their students are making the most of their time in class. So, what exactly is modelling and how can we use it to further students’ learning?

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Background noise and reading performance

December 09 2019

How much does reading with background noise around you impact how much you learn and remember? Some research shows that music can negatively affect reading comprehension in students, whilst others have found that background music does not affect reading at all. There is also research that claims music actually improves reading performance. At first glance, this paints a murky picture.

With so many differing views on the impact of music or noise on reading, it can be very hard to figure out what to believe. It is not only researchers wondering about this – these findings would interest many teachers trying to help their students learn as efficiently as possible.

If you’re one of these teachers, you’re in luck! We have dug deep into the research and are here to help you understand whether background noise is a good or bad thing for your students’ learning.

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